Climate change is likely to have considerable impact on food safety, placing public health at risk, according to the World Health Organization (WHO).
A trend for raw pet food, potential growth of a toxin due to climate change, and a rise in infections from an fungicide-resistant mold have been identified as emerging risks, based on recent data.
The Food Safety Authority of Ireland (FSAI) has asked for input on a potential event covering what the food safety system needs to look like by 2030. The agency wants to bring together academicians, regulators…
New research has shown that climate change may be causing more than just an increase in extreme weather events such as heat waves and storms. Those events also seem to be bringing a heightened risk…
Along with the many environmental problems posed by global climate change, an increase in ambient temperature could have negative effects on food safety everywhere, but particularly in developing countries.
That’s the message of a 2010
According to a new collaborative study released this week by a group of international scientists, the production of rice will be hindered as temperatures increase in rice-growing areas from global warming.
According to the Food
According to a report released by the United Nations (UN) Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) this week, climate change may exacerbate a wide variety of global food safety issues, ranging from seafood safety to antibiotic